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Academic Performance – is measured by taking written and oral tests, performing presentations, turning in homework, and participating in class activities and discussions. Teachers evaluate in the form of letter or number grades and side notes, to describe how well a student has done. Mobile Game Is any game that is game through mobile phone. Technology - the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes, especially in communication.
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CHAPTER II Review of Related Literature Mobile phones enable students to access variety of electric media at almost any time and place. Popular activities such as playing games, surfing the internet, texting and monitoring their own social media sites as it is linked to what is the outcome of their academic performance being a student. In our present generation, students are obsessed using gadgets. They usually wants to buy the latest unit of gadgets specially mobile phones to satisfy their desire in terms of entertainments and getting the newest
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of the new as a result, students tend to use up times using mobile phones than studying that is why it affects the student’s habits on their academic performances. Gore (2010) According to the research and data analysed through the Chi-Square, it was calculated to be .18. This value did not exceed the .05 level of significance. Means that her research rejects the statement that using cell phones as a learning tool “will positively affects classroom grade.” Junco (2012) found that 53% of undergraduate students at the university reported text messaging during class. Also, students using cell phones are experiencing negative side effects with their academic achievements. Jones (2014) Her research shows that students who uses cell phone, for texting was by 83.1 % of students as the most used feature, followed by calling 10.8 %, and Facebook, Twitter or Instagram by 1.5% each. Huznekoff (2015) this study examined that mobile phone use in the classroom by using an experimental design to study how message content (related or unrelated to class lecture) and message creation (responding to or creating a message) impact student’s learning. Participants in eight experimental groups and a control group watched a video lecture, took notes, and completed tests of student’s learning. The control and relevant message group earned a 10-17 % higher letter grade, scored 70% higher on recalling information, and scored 50 % higher on note-taking than students who composed tweets or responded to irrelevant messages. Sending/receiving messages unrelated to class content negatively impacted learning and note-taking, while related messages did not appear to have a significant negative impacts. Barnwell (2016) according to him, roughly 75% of Fern Creek students are considered “gap” kids under goals. More than half of the gap students scored at the lowest level on last year’s 10 th -grade exam. Because of the possibility and challenge of sing phones that make student’s gap from all backgrounds learn. The survey found that 75% of those age 12-17 now have cell phones up from 45%. Teens typically make about five calls per day on the cells.
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Mwllima (2017) on his research, students were asked to explicate the impact of cell phones use on their academic performance. The respondents gave a multiplicity of
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